By Jennifer Forker
NEW YORK — It had to happen: Someday, somewhere a woman would grow tired of knitting yet another baby blanket, Fair Isle sweater or pair of colorful socks. And then what?
Well, then we get fire hydrants decked out in fuzzy vests, light poles and tree trunks wrapped in colorful, textile love, and other outrageous acts of knit graffiti. Also known as yarn bombing, yarnstorming and guerrilla knitting.
Maybe you’ve seen the handiwork in a city or suburb near
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